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Step-counting app: Learn how to use the Pedmetro and Sade apps | Productivity

Count the steps possible using the free Pedometer app, which is available for Android phones. The tool is useful for those who want to stay active or would like to lose weight. Already the iPhone has a low power chip that stays active all the time and records every step of the user. Tracking activities can be performed by the Sade app, which is native to the system.

In the following tutorial, check out how to use the Pedometer app on Android and Sade on iOS to track your steps. The procedures were performed on a Moto E5 Plus running Android 8.0 Oreo and an iPhone 8 running iOS 12, but the tips apply to other Apple devices and phones running the Google system.

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Application that counts the steps: know how to use the apps Pedmetro and Sade Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudoApplication that counts the steps: know how to use the apps Pedmetro and Sade Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudo

Application that counts the steps: know how to use the apps Pedmetro and Sade Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudo

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Step 1. Download Pedometer from TechTudo. When you first open it, choose your gender and tap "Advance". Then set your height and weight and tap "Comeo";

Initial setup of the Pedometer app Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraInitial setup of the Pedometer app Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Initial setup of the Pedometer app Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 2. The app will then start counting your steps. It is not necessary to keep it open on the screen. The tool keeps a permanent notification and keeps running in the background. Tap the green button in the upper right corner of the screen to access your achievements, history, reset or disable the counter;

Accessing achievements and history of steps Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraAccessing achievements and history of steps Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Accessing achievements and history of steps Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 3. In the "Report" tab, you will find the summary of the steps during the week. Tap "More" to see how many steps in the day. Use the buttons at the bottom of the screen to toggle between the number of steps, calories, hours of activity and distance traveled;

Viewing step report Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraViewing step report Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Viewing step report Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 4. In "Health" you can record the amount of water you have drunk, see your weight and body mass index (BMI). Go to "More" to change the daily steps goal and movement sensitivity, record your weight and access the app settings.

Accessing health resources and app settings Photo: Play / Helito BeggioraAccessing health resources and app settings Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora

Accessing health resources and app settings Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora

Step 1. Open the app "Sade" which native to Apple system. On the app's home screen, under the "Today" tab, tap on the number of steps. At the top of the screen, you can switch the view to day, week, month and year. Below, use the arrows to toggle between the days;

Open Sade app's step counter Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraOpen Sade app's step counter Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Open Sade app's step counter Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 2. Tap the "+" button in the upper right corner of the screen to manually add data. Enter the date and time and complete the number of steps and tap "Add" in the upper right corner;

Adding data manually Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraAdding data manually Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Adding data manually Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 3. In "Show All Data" you can access the list with the number of steps per day. Tap on a day to see how many steps per hour;

Viewing all step data Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraViewing all step data Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Viewing all step data Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 4. Open "Data Source and Access" to see which applications are allowed to read and write steps. Below you can see the devices and apps used as a data source. Tap a device or app for more details.

Devices and apps connected to the health app Photo: Playback / Helito BeggioraDevices and apps connected to the health app Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora

Devices and apps connected to the health app Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora

Ready! Take advantage of tips for tracking your steps on iPhone (iOS) or Android phones.

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